CAP Policy Change: Sit-to-Stand Workstations
Due to the complex budget environment in which the program operates, CAP will no longer provide sit-to-stand workstations and associated sit-to-stand accessories, such as monitor arms and platform extensions for sit-to-stand workstations. This impacts Department of Defense civilians and active duty service members. This scope change goes into effect immediately.
- CAP will remain a viable resource for needs assessments to help you and your agency identify an appropriate sit-to-stand station for your workplace.
- CAP requests for sit-to-stand workstations that were submitted on/after October 1, 2018 will be immediately canceled.
- CAP requests for sit-to-stand workstations and associated sit-to-stand accessories that were received before October 1, 2018, but have not been approved as of October 31, 2018 will also be immediately canceled.
Any new requests received by CAP for sit-to-stand workstations and associated sit-to-stand accessories will be declined as outside CAP’s scope of services.
Customers should contact the appropriate personnel in their agency for assistance in fulfilling this accommodation need.